Special Meeting of Electors

 

 

 

21 February 2022

 

 

 

 

 


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CITY OF BUSSELTON

MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA – 21 February 2022

 

 

 

TO:                  THE MAYOR AND COUNCILLORS

 

 

NOTICE is given that a Special Meeting of Electors will be held Churchill Park, Brown St, Busselton on Monday, 21 February 2022, commencing at 5.30pm (Special Meeting of Electors).

 

Your attendance is respectfully requested.

 

 

DISCLAIMER

Statements or decisions made at Council meetings or briefings should not be relied on (or acted upon) by an applicant or any other person or entity until subsequent written notification has been given by or received from the City of Busselton. Without derogating from the generality of the above, approval of planning applications and building permits and acceptance of tenders and quotations will only become effective once written notice to that effect has been given to relevant parties. The City of Busselton expressly disclaims any liability for any loss arising from any person or body relying on any statement or decision made during a Council meeting or briefing.

 

 

 

Mike Archer

 

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

 

18 February 2022


CITY OF BUSSELTON

Agenda FOR THE SPECIAL MEETING OF ELECTORS MEETING TO BE HELD ON 21 February 2022

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

ITEM NO.                                        SUBJECT                                                                                                                              PAGE NO.

1....... Declaration of Opening AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY. 4

2....... Attendance. 4

3....... purpose of the meeting.. 4

4....... Motions by electors. 4

5....... Closure. 4

 


Special Meeting of Electors                                               4                                                                21 February 2022

 

1.               ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY

 

2.               Attendance 

 

3.               purpose of the meeting

                   The matters to be discussed as requested by electors are:

a.       Hear concerns in respect to the detrimental economic, business, workplace health and safety, public liability and lifestyle impacts of the vaccination mandates specifically on the City of Busselton community.

b.       Ensure Councillors and the CEO of the City of Busselton acknowledge and understand the financial risks to the ratepayers of the City that these vaccination mandates could potentially impose on them.

c.       Declaring the City of Busselton a Pro-Choice community and advise the Premier of Western Australia and State Parliament about the concerns of the City of Busselton community and request they refrain from imposing any further mandates and revoke any mandates in place now.

 

4.               motions by electors

 

5.               Closure